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Days after being trolled for not making it to first list of candidates, BJP’s Tajinder Bagga to contest from New Delhi’s Hari Nagar

Delhi assembly elections for the 70 seats will be held on 8th February and the results will be declared on 11th February. 21st January, today, is the last date for filing nominations.

Days after BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Pal Bagga was trolled online for not making it to first of candidates contesting the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, the second and final list released by the party shows him contesting from New Delhi’s Hari Nagar constituency. When the first list of candidates was announced and Bagga’s name was missing, he was relentlessly trolled for not making it.


Aam Aadmi Party supporters even trended ‘DontCryBagga’ hashtag to mock Bagga.


Bagga will face Aam Aadmi Party candidate, Princess Dhillon who is also known as ‘Rajkumari Dhillon’. She has assets worth Rs 51 crore as per her election affidavit. She is the second richest AAP candidate after RK Puram candidate Parmila Tokas who declared assets worth Rs 80 crore.

Read: Congress friendly journalist wishes death upon BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Bagga

Delhi assembly elections for the 70 seats will be held on 8th February and the results will be declared on 11th February. 21st January, today, is the last date for filing nominations.

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